Renfrew Friction Hockey Tape

Renfrew Friction Hockey Tape

Product Code: renfcttp
3.5 Stars based on 11 Review(s)
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Renfrew Friction Hockey Tape

  • More aggressive and tacky version of our black cloth tape
  • Thick coating of adhesives creates a moisture barrier between the ice and stick
  • Lasts longer than other tapes and requires less frequent taping
  • Exceptional adhesion to blade, provides increased vibration dampening
  • Protects stick blades and improves puck handling
  • 3/4" x 60 Feet

Order a case (36 rolls) or more: $2.54/roll - Use Coupon Code: FRICTIONTAPE15

Renfrew Friction Hockey Tape
3.5 Stars based on 11 Review(s)
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

If you know how to tape, this is tape that sticks.
January 14, 2016
While some of the negative reviews here are amusing, the tape here works just fine if you put it on properly. I see a lot of kids leaving almost no overlap on their super glossy blades. Glossy blades are slick, and the tape won't stick that well. So you should have a decent overlap to help the tape stick to itself. There are also negative reviews that the tape didn't last long. Overlapping will help with that as well. If you tape properly, you'll be a happier hockey player. Happy hockey players score more. Grumpy hockey players spend more time in the box after taking stupid penalties. But I guess if you're playing less your tape will last longer, so you've got that going for you grumpy reviewers!
It's hockey tape. Learn to apply it properly and you'll buy it for decades, like this old guy.

Bette Lordeman
Brentwood, TN
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good product
January 11, 2016
Purchased this tape for my son for Christmas. He skates 3 to 5 times a week and uses a lot of tape. This brand is his favorite.

Damon Rodkey
Frisco, Texas
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

December 30, 2015
This tape is really sticky, my son likes this helps him hold his stick better

John Stamos
Da City
1 Stars

If I could give zero stars I would...
January 21, 2015
You know this tape sucks when people are actually leaving reviews for it. Who the hell would leave a bad review for tape? Who has that kind of time? (Allen Iverson voice) "We tak'in bout tape?" Yes... we tak'n bout tape because this crap is so freaken bad I've taken the time to leave a GD'ed product review for TAPE. In no uncertain terms, THIS. TAPE. SUCKS. I know what you're thinking right now. Why? How? Tape is tape. How could friction tape inspire this much ire to inspire such passionately angry reviews? Well guy, you're an idiot. Ok, that was harsh, but I was you when I saw some "meh" reviews when I had a stroke and bought a 5-pack of this crap. You might not think about it now, but the friction tape you put on your blade is pretty GD'ed important... or, to put it another way, what use is your space-aged, low-kick technology infused, crafted by the hockey gods $200+ stick if the GD'ed tape won't stay on your GD blade for an entire period (let alone a whole GD'ed game). I don't care who you are, you need some kind of grip on your blade to play this game. So think about how pissed you'd be if you're in a big game at a crucial moment and you look down at your blade and it's either bald or looks like you've stuck it halfway into a paper shredder. If you're me, you'd be pretty pissed. And if it happened enough times to you, you'd be so pissed off you'd spend some of your precious time on earth leaving a really sh1tty review for GD'ed hockey friction tape. I mean, what's the basic function of tape? What would you call tape's signature quality? When tape is being really "tape" about things, what is it doing? I dunno, maybe... STICKING TO THINGS? Adhering to things? Being applied to different surfaces or materials and then being difficult to remove from said/aforementioned surface or material? Maybe Renfrew has a different idea about what tape should be or do. Maybe they hate people who play hockey. I can't tell you, as I don't know. But if you judge them by this product you'll be convinced it's the latter. So, TL;DR: You've be better off applying a wet fart to your stick blade than this BS "tape."
It's weighty, so It would probably hurt the CEO of Renfrew if you threw it at him.

Jeremy hockey
1 Stars

Bad tape
February 1, 2014
Don't buy the tape didn't last me a week of playing not everyday
Doesn't stick

1 Stars

Tape is not good
February 26, 2013
Doesnt stick. Couldnt even get the tape on my stick

2 Stars

Don't Buy
January 21, 2013
Wears too quickly. Much better off using the standard black cloth Renfrew and applying some blade wax. Cloth Renfrew is also slightly wider and covers blade better.

1 Stars

Waste of $$$
February 6, 2012
Bought this tape based on ratings.<br> What a disappointment!!!<br>Doesn't last through one practice or game.<br>Poor adhesion

5 Stars

great tape
February 13, 2011
great atpe used it three times and its still as grippy as the first. you can receive harder passes with ease and you can control the puck easier

5 Stars

great hockey tape
May 15, 2010
The only hockey tape that is good.

5 Stars

Friction Hockey Tape
March 2, 2010
Well, for one, you can't really have bad hockey tape. Two, your puck handling is your own skill. But this tape worked well. It covered my stick, right?

By Tim from on August 24, 2014
So with the friction tape, You don't have to use any wax?
By Customer Service on August 25, 2014

Waxing is a matter of preference, whether you're using cloth or friction tape. Some players still like to wax their blade even with friction tape, but usually the friction tape is sticky enough for most people to go without wax.